Quality Hotel Gateway

Address: 16 Fenton Street, Devonport, Tasmania, 7310, Australia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 16 Fenton Street, Devonport, is near Platypus Experience.
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    Travel Blogs from Devonport

    23 October to 05 November

    A travel blog entry by oscar1 on Nov 09, 2014

    61 photos

    ... at 1:45pm and taken to The Lemon House BNB, which is high up on the hill, has a large garden and is just lovely. We strolled down to the large square close by and looked around the shops. 25 October - Shopping and Rest day" We had a relaxing day shopping in town and enjoyed some fish and chips for lunch. A change from pasta, pizza and pastries, which I don't want to see for a while. We had dinner down by the sea at Ristorante Zi Ntonio Mare. It was very nice ...

    Tasmania - Great Nature which hopefuly will stay..

    A travel blog entry by hamburgtogo on May 18, 2014

    18 photos

    ... the temperature went straight down ... brrr cold. The campsite was in the national parc and quite simple. Katharina used all her convincing power with the lady at the receiption, so we got a key to a nice warm place with a nice gas fire place. We enjoyed the great place prepared our dinner, dried all clothes and took our time (thanks again to the receiption lady...) Well pre-heated we went back into the cold car and jumped into our bed with blankets, sleeping bag, ...

    Cradle to Coast Tasting Trail

    A travel blog entry by saw_itt on Apr 24, 2014

    20 photos

    ... like fudge was being made). The museum was still there and of course the chocolate shop and cafe. After having a look at the people making chocolate, we went into the shop. Guess what they had – an ice cream counter. Gosh Tasmanian’s must love ice-cream. We didn’t have one this time, but we did try the free samples before stocking up on fudge, chocolate, truffles (so yummy) and their new chocolate Fortunato No. 4, the ...

    Heading to south Tasmania

    A travel blog entry by larry-jan on Feb 28, 2014

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... all enclosed with open log fires. The fires were set alight and a few of us cooked and stayed in there.
    A man died trying to do the mountain walk that day, one of the men in the camp kitchen carried his back pack down and said the man had all ready got heart problems and had been advised not to do the walk.
    Signs all over no sleeping in kitchen , but the weather too bad for them to come and check, we hope. I get worried and go ...

    Burnie

    A travel blog entry by ajaussietour on Nov 16, 2013

    3 photos

    ... the coloured glass into beads with a blow torch. We went to the bakery and got pies, sausage rolls and scones, I ate the meat pie. After that we went to visit Micky D family in Ulverstone and I got more animal cards from Jill. But I still haven't found card number ...